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Pacific’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform in Carnegie Hall
3/28/18

Pacific’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform in Carnegie Hall

Pacific’s 55-member Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform in Carnegie Hall in early 2019 during the New York Wind Band Festival  more

Brubeck Fellows travel to South America to build home, spread international diplomacy
3/5/18

Brubeck Fellows travel to South America to build home, spread international diplomacy

Brubeck Fellows will travel to Paraguay to help build a home for a young couple and their child, and play two concerts.  more

Two Pacificans grab a piece of the Grammys
1/29/18

Two Pacificans grab a piece of the Grammys

Pacificans had much to celebrate at the 60th anniversary Grammy Awards Sunday evening. more

Pacific Opera Theatre’s ‘Dido and Aeneas’ takes third in national contest
1/9/18

Pacific Opera Theatre’s ‘Dido and Aeneas’ takes third in national contest

Pacific Opera Theatre’s production of “Dido and Aeneas” grabbed third place in the annual National Opera Association Production Competition. more

Sweet song of success plays on for bass-baritone Ted Pickell ’14
12/13/17

Sweet song of success plays on for bass-baritone Ted Pickell ’14

Ted Pickell ’14 is in just the right place for success now in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions  more

2017 Brubeck Festival Oct. 24-28 will include a tribute to the music of Ella Fitzgerald
8/18/17

2017 Brubeck Festival Oct. 24-28 will include a tribute to the music of Ella Fitzgerald

The annual festival will feature two of the top names in jazz: singer and songwriter René Marie and violinist Regina Carter, along with talented regional jazz musicians.  more

Brubeck Institute Jazz Colony celebrates 15th year
8/3/17

Brubeck Institute Jazz Colony celebrates 15th year

Some of the top high school musicians learn from professional jazz musicians in the highly competitive jazz colony, which includes free nightly concerts open to the public more

7/7/17

Pacific welcomes new leadership as new deans arrive this month

Four new deans will assume leadership at the helm of McGeorge School of Law, the Conservatory of Music, the Graduate School and University College. more

Former Conservatory choral director William Dehning passed away at age 74
6/27/17

Former Conservatory choral director William Dehning passed away at age 74

During his tenure at Pacific, the choral program became widely known as a destination for music educators and performers. more